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Barrie, Lance R. Mr

Research Coordinator/PhD candidate

  • Research Coordinator - University of Wollongong, Faculty of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
  • PhD Candidate - School of Geography and Sustainable Communities 2015 -

Overview


Lance Barrie is a PhD candidate in the School of Geography and Sustainable Communities. His research explores the lived experience of road cycling in Wollongong. Drawing on Deleuze and Guattari’s (1987) concept of assemblage and feminist, post-structuralist concepts of embodiment, his research asks what cycling bodies do? His study critically explores:

1)   The impact and intersection of cycling technology and the increasingly pervasive influence of spatial media (Strava);

2)   Mobility justice and the vulnerability experienced by people who cycle whilst on the road;

3)   How wellbeing is made possible through cycling.

Prior to commencing his PhD, Lance worked as the Research Manager at the Centre for Health Initiatives, UOW. He worked on a range of research projects investigating the impact of alcohol advertising on young people, alcohol related violence in night-time economies, underage drinking, and point-of-sale alcohol advertising. He also has experience working on community based social marketing campaigns targeting smoking in young people, cold and flu amongst university students and drug driving.

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Selected Publications


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